The attention to hand made detail was above and beyond at Brittney and John’s Tahoma Boat House Wedding. Originally, the two of them had lofty goals to hand cut wine bottles into drinking glasses for their guests. The plan didn’t pan out as intended and what the ended up with was over 100 antique and vintage drinking glasses of various types for their guests to choose to fit their personality and take home with them. It was a fantastic touch to an already gorgeous DIY wedding and I can’t wait to share more photos with you. Other elements of awesome: the arch, their sweetheart table, and Brittney’s dress were all hand crafted by relatives just for the pair of them. The end result was a stunningly beautiful, but relaxed wedding, with tons of laughter, lots of whiskey and, my personal favorite, a great dance party.
More to come from this dynamic duo. Congrats Brittney and John!
This may be the most fabulous Tahoe wedding venue I’ve ever photographed. I adore it. Mandy and Steve’s 1910 Tahoma Boathouse Wedding was perfect: quaint, comfortable, historic splendor. I have quite a few other weddings there this year, which is super exciting because I love it!
The boathouse itself over looks all of Lake Tahoe and has a huge winding yard filled with beautiful pine tree shade, a ping pong table, an outdoor rock fireplace, and a gorgeous lawn. Mandy and Steve hired The Woodfired Pizza Company to bring their mobile brick oven out to serve pizzas over the course of the night and oh, was there ever pie!
Here’s a few images from their wedding day until I’m finished with the rest!